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Nature and Beaches
Santorini owes its geography to the continuous eruptions of volcanoes that have shaped its abrupt relief. An eruption destroyed the island of Thera in the late 17th century BC and today the ochre and earthy colours and beaches of volcanic sand show the tectonic force of the planet in a spectacular setting.
The beauty of Santorini's beaches is not in the fine sand but, how, as throughout the volcanic island, the strength of the minerals and the rock, which have suffered little erosion, result in changing colours and textures. Of the beaches, Kamari stands out as he most popular and the liveliest.
Volcanic Caldera of Thera
The visit to the Santorinia caldera, as sunny as it is romantic, is one of the most exciting experiences for any visitor. The thermal waters of the island of Palea Kameni, the recently born island of Nea Kameni and a walking trail are among the biggest tourist attractions. What's more, from the sea you can admire the impressive 300-metre cliffs and enjoy mini-cruises for an even better view while you try the excellent local wine.
The beauty of Oia lies in its sunsets and impressive cliffs. A small village of narrow streets and beautiful whitewashed houses it offers a mix of shops selling art and bohemian handicrafts with cafés and terraces with fantastic views and soft music. In the upper part of Oia you'll find the ruins of an old castle, Fort Londsa, offering 360-degree panoramic views of the entire landscape.